Ken Adelman argues in the Washington Post today that winning a military victory in Iraq won’t take the 100,000 to 200,000 combat troops that pessimists fear.
VodkaPundit Bet: We take take Iraq with one heavy division or two armored cav regiments, one light division, and assorted special forces — all supported by Air Force and Navy pilots.
You read it here first. Two divisions worth of troops, compared to the nine we sent over in 1990-91. And that has less to do with the weaknesses in Saddam’s armed forces than in the new force multipliers of ours.